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Real Madrid vs Liverpool Champions League 2022 final live stream | Time, TV channels, and how to watch UEFA Champions League Final online

Real Madrid and Liverpool. Liverpool and Real Madrid. These two clubs fighting for the Champions League title when the light shines the brightest. This is what European football is supposed to be.

The two teams have endured very different paths on their way to this Final. Real Madrid beat all odds in a year that was supposed to be a transition season and knocked out Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, and Manchester City, all of them through thrilling comebacks fueled by the magic at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The two teams have endured very different paths on their way to this Final. Real Madrid beat all odds in a year that was supposed to be a transition season and knocked out Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, and Manchester City, all of them through thrilling comebacks fueled by the magic at the Santiago Bernabeu.

It’s possibly safe and fair to say that Liverpool is the favorite to beat Real Madrid, but being underdogs is quite familiar for Ancelotti’s men, at least this season.

Die Meister, Die Besten, les grandes equipes, The Champions.

HOW TO WATCH, STREAM CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL

Date: 05/28/2022

Time: 21:00 CET (local time), 03:00pm EST.

Venue: Saint-Denis, Paris, France.

Available TVTUDN (USA), Movistar Liga de Campeones (Spain)

Available StreamingParamount+, TUDN.com (USA)Fubo.TV (USA).

How to watch and odds

Date: Saturday, May 28 | Time: 3 p.m. ET 
TV: CBS | Live stream: Paramount+ (Try it free)
Location: Stade de France — Saint-Denis, France
Studio: Kate Abdo, Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards
Commentators: Clive Tyldesley and Rob Green | Rules expert: Christina Unkel  
On-site: Peter Schmeichel, Jules Breach, Jenny Chiu and Guillem Balagué
Odds: Liverpool +104; Draw +270; Madrid +245 (via Caesars Sportsbook)

Players to watch: Mohamed Salah laid on assists in both legs of Liverpool’s semi-final win over Villarreal, while Karim Benzema (RMA) has netted 15 UCL goals this term, including one after the 80th minute in each of his last three appearances, and needs two more to equal Cristiano Ronaldo’s record of 17 in 2013/14.

Hot stat: The side scoring first won all seven previous H2Hs to feature goals (Madrid: W4, L3).

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